# How to Calculate Remaining Cows in the Field After Some Cows Enter the Barn?

## Question:

In a field, there are 835 cows. 251 cows enter the barn. How many cows are still in the field?

## Answer:

To find the number of cows still in the field, we need to subtract the number of cows that entered the barn from the total number of cows in the field.

In the given scenario, there are 835 cows in the field and 251 cows enter the barn. To calculate how many cows are still in the field, we simply subtract the number of cows that entered the barn from the total number of cows.

Therefore, the calculation is as follows:

835 (total cows) - 251 (cows in the barn) = 584

So, there are 584 cows still in the field after 251 cows have entered the barn.